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17 Sep 2014 at 10:28pm
NEW YORK (AP) -- The National Football League injury report, as provided by the league (OUT - Definitely will not play; DNP - Did not practice; LIMITED - Limited participation in practice; FULL - Full participation in practice):

17 Sep 2014 at 5:42pm
The Washington Redskins' 2012 draft class was highlighted by the selection of first-round pick Robert Griffin III. The importance of seventh-round selection Kirk Cousins grows with each passing week and each new injury, the latest of which could put Cousins in line for the majority of the team's quarterback duties in 2014. Cousins will start his fifth NFL game Sunday in Philadelphia as the Eagles try for their first 3-0 start since 2004. Griffin is out indefinitely after dislocating his ankle in last Sunday's 41-10 win over Jacksonville, which also saw wide receiver DeSean Jackson exit with a Grade 1 sprain of the AC joint in his left shoulder. Jackson, though, said he expects to return to Philadelphia in uniform after being cut by the Eagles in late March and signing with the Redskins (1-1) a few days later.

17 Sep 2014 at 4:33pm
Whenever Kirk Cousins has subbed for Robert Griffin III, there's never been any pretense of a budding Washington Redskins quarterback controversy. Cousins has always been quick to say ''This is Robert's team,'' implying that any future as a starter in the NFL would have to come with another organization. Griffin isn't sidelined for a game or two with an injury, and he hasn't been shut down by a coach on the way out the door. If he plays well and wins enough games, he could present a tough decision for coach Jay Gruden when Griffin is healthy again.

17 Sep 2014 at 3:12pm
Washington Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson says he expects to play Sunday in his much-anticipated return to Philadelphia. Jackson has a Grade 1 sprain of the AC joint in his left shoulder from the Redskins' win over Jacksonville, but he said Wednesday that the swelling and soreness have gone down and he's getting back to full strength and full motion in his arm. Coach Jay Gruden said he doesn't expect Jackson to practice until Friday, but the coach was optimistic that Jackson will play.

17 Sep 2014 at 1:08pm
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and coach Chuck Pagano have experienced back-to-back losses for the first time in their two-plus seasons with the team. History suggests another defeat this week would make it nearly impossible for the Colts to reach the playoffs for a third consecutive year. The Colts will try to avoid dropping to 0-3 in Sunday's road game against the winless Jacksonville Jaguars, who are expected to keep Chad Henne as their starting quarterback over rookie Blake Bortles. Luck looked like he was guiding Indianapolis to victory against Philadelphia on Monday, throwing two touchdown passes in the first half and putting the Colts ahead 20-6 with less than seven minutes to go in the third quarter.

17 Sep 2014 at 8:19am

16 Sep 2014 at 5:48pm
Los Angeles (AFP) - The National Football League faced a backlash from sponsors on Tuesday as it battled to stem negative headlines from a string of violent off-field incidents involving star players.

16 Sep 2014 at 4:21pm
Slow starts and strong finishes have become a trend for the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles' 30-27 comeback win at Indianapolis on Monday night made them the first team in NFL history to overcome double-digit, halftime deficits in the first two games. Chip Kelly and his players know this isn't a recipe for long-term success. ''No one should be patting themselves on the back anywhere,'' Kelly said Tuesday.

16 Sep 2014 at 4:13pm
Washington (AFP) - The beleaguered National Football League (NFL) came under renewed pressure Tuesday from Native Americans to force the Washington Redskins to change its name.

16 Sep 2014 at 2:40pm
In a news conference that featured Native American, civil rights and religious leaders, Sen. Maria Cantwell took aim at the NFL's pocketbook by announcing she will introduce a bill to strip the league's tax-exempt status because it has not taken action over the Redskins name. ''The NFL needs to join the rest of America in the 21st Century,'' said Cantwell, D-Wash., the former chairwoman of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee. ''We can no longer tolerate this attitude toward Native Americans. This is about right and wrong.'' Overall, the message from the ''Change the Mascot'' leaders was that they don't plan to go away, despite Redskins owner Dan Snyder's vow not to change the name.

16 Sep 2014 at 2:34pm
The Jacksonville Jaguars have waived right tackle Cam Bradfield and placed tight end Marcedes Lewis on short-term injured reserve. The moves came Tuesday, two days after Bradfield was benched in a 41-10 loss at Washington that included a franchise-record 10 sacks. Bradfield was replaced by veteran Sam Young in the second half. Young or Austin Pasztor, who missed the last month with a broken hand, will start Sunday against Indianapolis.

16 Sep 2014 at 12:28pm
The Washington Redskins have cut Bacarri Rambo after the second-year safety struggled in the team's first two games. Rambo was released Tuesday to make room for safety Brandon Meriweather, who was restored to the roster after serving a two-game suspension for a helmet-to-helmet hit. Rambo was a sixth-round draft pick in 2013 out of Georgia and emerged from last year's training camp with a starting job, but he consistently missed tackles and soon was benched. Rambo returned to start this season during Meriweather's suspension, but he gave up a big play in each of the first two games and was benched again in the second half of Sunday's win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.

16 Sep 2014 at 11:54am
It's an NFL blogging rite of passage. After two weeks, we must look forward and make grand judgments based on what we've seen for one-eighth of the season. Granted, history backs us up quite a bit that starting 0-2 is, well, not likely to portend good things. Since the 2007 season, there have been 59 teams that started 0-2 ? and a mere four made the postseason. The Carolina Panthers did it last year, winning the NFC South. Before that, it had been since 2008 that another 0-2 team made it, when two did. Of course, it's not necessarily a death knell, either. After all, the 2007 New York Giants started 0-2 and won the Super Bowl over the 18-0 (to that point) New England Patriots. So we'll put on our positive faces and try our best to make a case, in descending order, for each of the seven 0-2 squads. But we'll be honest: If more than two make it to the postseason, it would be a stunner. 1. New Orleans Saints ? We're still believers. They've lost two games by a combined five points on the road, with both losses happening on the final drive. That last part isn't any consolation prize that makes us feel better, but the Saints did suffer three of their five losses last season by one score. And all five losses were on the road, as the team went 8-0 at the Superdome. With eight games left at home, we like those odds. Still, the sight of blown coverages, missed tackles and terrible angles to the ball defensively are a bit unnerving, far more so than any fabricated or imagined tension between Sean Payton and Rob Ryan. Those guys are fiery enough to argue over what temperature a steak should be cooked, so pass on that narrative. Instead focus on a multifaceted offense that's just starting to crank and a defense that should find its bearings with better pressure and a more disciplined approach. 2. Indianapolis Colts ? They benefit from the fact that the AFC South remains a work in progress, at best. The Houston Texans might be 2-0, but they had that same record last season and we know how that ended. The Tennessee Titans, world beaters in Week 1, fell flat in Week 2. The Jacksonville Jaguars ... ugh, don't get me started on the team that I was pumping up as one of the league's potential surprises this season. So the Colts can't feel too awful about the 0-2 start against two playoff teams from a year ago, even if Monday's loss to the Philadelphia Eagles saw them get very conservative when it mattered most . Andrew Luck is good enough to lead this team to another double-digit win season, and the schedule softens up considerably from this point. The defense has a host of issues, especially with no Robert Mathis to bail it out, and the offensive line is not going to dominate anyone. But there is still enough of a collective lot here to forecast a winning season, and perhaps a postseason spot.

16 Sep 2014 at 10:21am
A devastating week of injuries has the Waiver Wire on fire. Adam Levitan gives recommendations on 30 players to consider adding to your squad.

15 Sep 2014 at 11:52pm
If you knew nothing about the NFL before Sept. 4, were dropped in and watched the first two weeks and had to determine the best team in the NFL just off that, the answer would be easy. It's the Cincinnati Bengals. It's not particularly close, either. In Week 1, the Bengals played very well in a road win against the Ravens. Four days later, the Ravens looked phenomenal against the Steelers. The Falcons couldn't be stopped against the Saints in a Week 1 win. Then Atlanta played Cincinnati, and the Falcons didn't score until deep into the fourth quarter when the game's result was not in doubt anymore. Also, the Bengals won that game without their best player, receiver A.J. Green, who left early with a toe injury. The Bengals' defense looks like one of the best in the NFL. The offense has a lot of playmakers. They have been dominant in both games. So are they the best team in the NFL? I'll explain here: I don't do these power rankings in a one- or two-game vacuum. If you want something that ranks teams in exact order of their win-loss record, this link has the only power rankings you'll need. It's not always that easy. I don't think 2-0 Houston would beat 0-2 New Orleans on a neutral field, and I doubt you do either. Similarly, I'm not quite ready to buy into Andy Dalton and Marvin Lewis being the leaders of the best team in the NFL. But they're creeping up. A few more dominant weeks like the first one, and they'll be in the discussion. They've clearly moved into the small group of teams that is clearly good enough to be called Super Bowl contenders. But I don't think the Bengals should be No. 1. So who is on top after the 49ers' loss? Let's go to the post-Week 2 power rankings. 32. Oakland Raiders (0-2, LW: 30) They're likely going to be underdogs in each of their last 14 games. It's hard to figure out how Dennis Allen saves his job.

18 Sep 2014 at 3:38am
Los Angeles (AFP) - The NFL, which has built a multi-billion dollar empire out of its violent and quintessentially American game, is under attack as never before over its handling of off-field violence involving players.

18 Sep 2014 at 2:32am
PHOENIX (AP) -- Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer was arrested Wednesday on aggravated assault charges in connection with two altercations at his home in July involving a woman and their 18-month-old child, the latest in a string of such cases involving NFL players.

17 Sep 2014 at 10:28pm
NEW YORK (AP) -- The National Football League injury report, as provided by the league (OUT - Definitely will not play; DNP - Did not practice; LIMITED - Limited participation in practice; FULL - Full participation in practice):

17 Sep 2014 at 8:11pm
Chet Gresham takes you through all the targets and touches for Week 2 in the NFC.

17 Sep 2014 at 5:18pm
Orlando Scandrick had to watch the Cowboys on pay-per-view from California in their second game without him, hoping a revised drug policy would cut his four-game suspension in half. The long-awaited word finally came Wednesday morning, and the Dallas cornerback was back on the practice field with every intention of playing Sunday in St. Louis.

17 Sep 2014 at 4:03pm
The Cincinnati Bengals look like one of the NFL's most complete teams as they have started with consecutive victories for the first time since beginning 3-0 in 2006. Andy Dalton has yet to throw an interception or get sacked, though his options could be limited this weekend. The Bengals are unsure of the status of A.J. Green and will be thin at tight end as they look to stretch their regular-season home win streak to 11 games Sunday against the Tennessee Titans. Cincinnati (2-0) boasts the AFC's top-ranked offense with 426.0 yards per game with Dalton throwing for 553 and two scores while leading the NFL in yards per attempt at 9.07.

17 Sep 2014 at 4:00pm
The NFL finally will have HGH testing, perhaps as early as the end of this month. Welker, Dallas Cowboys defensive back Orlando Scandrick and St. Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey had been suspended for four games. All can return Sunday under the new rules in which players who test positive for banned stimulants in the offseason will no longer be suspended.

















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